The attack disabled the association's website, and the hackers accessed and published the Social Security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, usernames and passwords of scores of law enforcement officers in the state.In addition to the publishing of SSNs, an alarming part of this story that nobody seems to be covering is that the hacktivists claim to have collected info on confidential police informants.
Your bogus trumped-up charges against the Anonymous paypal LOIC attacks will not stick, nor will your intimidation tactics stop us from exposing your corruption. While many of the recent "Anonymous" arrestees are completely innocent, there is no such thing as an innocent cop, and we will act accordingly.More generally, the group considers all "goverment, corporate, law enforcement and military" individuals as enemies.
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